Made for little superheroes, the Raleigh Atom Boy’s Bike boasts a modern design and is packed with safety features to ensure your little heroes are protected. The Raleigh Atom boasts a lightweight Aluminium frame and high rise handlebars, allowing a more upright riding position giving little riders increased visibility. The Atom also comes with stabilisers, which are an essential for your child’s first bike, providing them with confidence during their first cycling adventures and allowing them to learn balance and coordination safely.
The Atom features a front V-brake modulator which regulates the force that goes down to the front v-brake resulting in smoother braking and aluminium/resin brake levers, which are designed to be easily operated by little fingers fitted with an adjustment screw to fit smaller hands.
Aluminium rims give an improved surface for the brake blocks to brake against and junior non-slip pedals, a safety feature Raleigh has been fitting to Children’s bikes for years, are fitted with rubber pads which prevent feet slipping off. Each pair of non-slip pedals is carefully colour matched to fit the bike design.
Raleigh Atom Boy’s Bike Key Features
- Aluminium frame
- single speed
- Aluminium v-brake caliper brakes
- Aluminium/resin brake lever
Raleigh Atom Boy’s Bike Full Specification
|Pedals||Junior Non Slip|
|Brake Calipers||Aluminium V-brake|
Raleigh Atom Boy’s Bike Geometry
Everyone remembers their first Raleigh, right? For 125 years Raleigh has been creating market-leading bikes in Nottingham. Chances are that you rode a Raleigh when you were younger – and maybe you still do now. Raleigh are just as famous for their iconic children’s bikes, like the Burner, Grifter and Chopper, as they are for cutting-edge bikes like TI-Raleigh Tour de France winning 853 steel frame or the Militis carbon race machine. But today they’re much more than just a bike brand. They own several other bike and accessory brands, including Diamondback and RSP, and they distribute a whole lot more to cycle shops around the UK.